Spectacular Phoenix-area home hits market with $12.9 million price tag
PHOENIX — Tired of the same old multimillion-dollar houses on the market in the Phoenix area?
An amazing, elegant property — built in 1985 with more than 16,000 square feet of living space on a 4½-acre spread in Paradise Valley — just became available.
The mansion at 5021 East Arabian Way was listed last week with an asking price of $12,950,000.
According to Zillow, it was last sold in 2010 for $3.4 million.
Maricopa County records list the owner as the Robert G. Hunt Trust. Hunt was the CEO of the Hunt Construction Group, which was acquired by Aecom in 2014.
The single-story beauty just northeast of the Phoenix Mountains Preserve has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and 30 — that’s right, 30 — garage spaces.
Here’s a snippet from the description in the listing: “This exquisite home boasts a stunning grand entrance, soaring uniquely decorated ceilings, large-scale rooms with the finest architectural features including sophisticated finishes throughout with details sourced the world over.”
If that doesn’t hook you, the amenities include a heated diving pool, a pond, an open chef’s kitchen, pet rooms and a wine cellar.
Basically, it has everything you could ever dream of — and probably some touches that you’d never even imagined.
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